Alex Rodriguez

Islamabad Bureau Chief, Los Angeles Times

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In Pakistan's northwest border region, Islamist militants struck twice today,  attacking a US consulate  with car bombs and grenades, and launching a suicide attack on a political…

Taliban Attacks US Consulate in Peshawar, Pakistan

In Pakistan's northwest border region, Islamist militants struck twice today, attacking a US consulate with car bombs and grenades, and launching a suicide attack on a political…

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In Pakistan's northwest border region, Islamist militants struck twice today,  attacking a US consulate  with car bombs and grenades, and launching a suicide attack on a political…

Taliban Attacks US Consulate in Peshawar, Pakistan

In Pakistan's northwest border region, Islamist militants struck twice today, attacking a US consulate with car bombs and grenades, and launching a suicide attack on a political…

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